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Taste and smell receptors in unexpected organs monitor the state of the body‚Äôs natural microbial health and raise an alarm over invading parasites.
On the second anniversary of the movie's debut, \#ReleaseTheSnyderCut is trending once again.¬†
Google is a streaming game company now, for better and worse.
Despite automated systems and zero tolerance policies, it's easy to find photos of the former representative weeks after they were published without her consent.
Jon Favreau is into the idea, so it‚Äôs definitely possible.
Trying to solve poverty, crime, and disease with (often biased) technology doesn‚Äôt address their root causes.
Next October, the TSA will stop accepting standard driver's licenses as ID. Here‚Äôs how to get the Real ID‚ÄĒand why some people hate the idea.
From headphones and speakers to accessories for their vinyl LPs, these gift ideas will appeal to any audio lover.
Bluetooth scanners are readily available and easy to use‚ÄĒwhich means that smash-and-grab car break-in might not have been pure chance.
When a well-intentioned study led to a dubious DNA test for same-sex attraction, it exposed the need for safeguards on research in the age of big genetic data.
The franchise hasn't really been about the movies for a long time. Three writers explore the outer edges of the Star Wars storyverse.
Her full story isn't found in the Star Wars movies‚ÄĒbut in the fragments left behind.
Daisy Ridley's character is a misfit scavenger, with a no-nonsense wardrobe to match. That's why cosplaying rebels have embraced her outfit‚ÄĒand her power.
How Disney's Imagineers created a whole new part of the Star Wars universe.
The Mach-E, Ford's first serious attempt at a zero emissions car, came to life in a two-year sprint to catch up with an electrifying industry.
After years of centralizing internet control, Iran pulled the plug on connectivity for nearly all of its citizens.
Our solar system's innermost planet just passed between the sun and Earth. It won't happen again for more than a decade.
Planning a wedding is less about ‚ÄúI do‚ÄĚ and more about ‚Äúto do.‚ÄĚ
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